After a stray puppy got hit by a car, she remained immobilized in the snow for 12 hours. The puppy was harmed in a northern village of Alberta, Canada, and had shattered her pelvis. Unable to move and with temps below freezing, she didn’t have much prospect of surviving.
Thankfully, she was spotted by some teens and the animal rescue AB Task Force was alerted, who in turn phoned Alberta Animal Rescue Crew Society (AARCS) (AARCS).
“She spent nearly 12 hours laying there alone and freezing until rescuers found and took her to SAVEvet,” reported AARCS. The snow had melted around her because of her body heat.
The puppy, now named Nutmeg, was glad to meet her rescuers when she was found.
Since Nutmeg is healing from her shattered pelvis, she’s limited to crate rest for 6 weeks. ”So plenty of snacks, love and back strokes for this girl!” stated AARCS.
Here’s Nutmeg receiving some of that much-deserved attention and treats.
After Nutmeg has healed entirely, she will be made available for adoption. Find out more about AARCS at their website.
AARCS sent a great update and video (see below) on Nutmeg, noting, “We are so thrilled to share with you all that Nutmeg has found her very own forever home!”
Good happy Nutmeg was spotted. Share her rescue story with your relatives and friends!